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This should be a quick review about acids and bases and some of their properties.
This covers all the information in the reading - print the notes, read the text and add your additional comments as you go.
Summary of chapter 15.
Some simple examples of how to identify conjugate acid-base pairs according the Bronstedt-Lowry acid-base definition.
Source: chemistNATE youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qBRIWSA3Yc&feature=plcp&context=C499f56aVDvjVQa1PpcFM92kwAQ7it0zGI3Xu6xX0B7K0F1LIgjL0%3D
This is an exercise comparing Arrhenius and Bronsted-Lowry definitions of acids and bases including the answer key.
This video covers the three different definitions of acids and bases. As stated in the video, if you know Arrhenius, you know an acid/base.
These pages are another text to perhaps review after you feel you have a pretty good grasp the basic aspects of acids and bases.
Complete this checkpoint document after reading the text, reviewing the power point and watching the videos. Answers are posted in the classroom. Your goal is 100% - remember, don't just change your wrong answer to right - figure out your mistakes and LEARN from them.